The proposal prepared by Thrive Architect’s visualisation team is for the demolition of the bowling alley and a comprehensive re-development of the site. The proposed scheme includes ‘Mixed Use’, with retail, commercial, workshops/studios offices on the ground floor and residential accommodation above. The design will fit in with the architectural character of the Town Centre Conservation Area and help with the regeneration of Weymouth.
Currently, the site on is occupied by the former MFA Bowling Alley and it’s car park, which has been closed since April 2019.
The site is an enclosed ‘urban block’ that sits within the Old Quayside area of Weymouth and although it’s in immediate to the harbour, it has no actual waterside frontage
The proposal is designed to fit in with the scale of its surroundings. Although a new scheme, the elevations will reflect the distinctive architectural character.
Below, you can view the before and after rendered images of the scheme which have prepared by our team. These illustrate a good use of valuable town centre land which also provide mixed uses. All contributing to the regeneration of the Old Quay and Town Centre.
The aim of the new proposals will be to make the new flats sustainable and affordable for locals. These architectural concepts have all been designed to fit in with the architectural character of the Town Centre Conservation Area. The design proposal makes this an exciting project to be involved with. To read more about the new proposals for the regeneration of Weymouth, please click here.
23 02 2021